JUST ANNOUNCED: Before The Paul Collins' show, Sunbrimmer Records is coming to 529 to sell vinyl during 'happy hour' between 5pm and 7pm. Come early and scoop up some fresh vinyl and have a some delicious drinks at the bar, or patio! Mike from Sunbrimmer Records said he's bringing a few crates with him. Dinos Boys and Faithless Town are also performing later before Paul Collins' Beat hits the stage, don't miss them! Show starts at 10pm. Garageland presents Tuesday February 10 @ 529 PAUL COLLINS' BEAT DINOS BOYS FAITHLESS TOWN 9pm | $8 SUNBRIMMER RECORDS Vinyl records sale before show between 5pm-7pm. --- Rock icon and cult favorite Paul Collins got his start with Peter Case and Jack Lee in 1974. Their band The Nerves toured with The Ramones and recorded a song called “Hanging On The Telephone.” The song would later become a hit when covered by Deborah Harry and Blondie on the Parallel Lines album. Paul Collins formed The Beat in 1977, recruiting members of various rock bands including Steven Huff, Larry Whitman, Dennis Conway and Michael Ruiz. The result was The Beat, a high energy rock group in the style of The Ramones, Blondie and The Dictators. As the story goes, Collins was awarded a record deal with CBS thanks to his friend Eddie Money and Bill Graham Management. The Beat played with many bands, including The Jam, Pere Ubu, The Police, Eddie Money, The Plimsouls and Huey Lewis. The Beat became Paul Collins’ Beat when a ska band from UK began using The Beat as their moniker. Paul Collins’ Beat continued to tour and record albums throughout the ’80s, with The Kids Are The Same, Beat Or Not To Beat, Long Time Gone, Live At Universal and their final album One Night, released in 1989. Paul Collins set out on a solo career, recording the self-titled Paul Collins album in 1992. This country/rock all-star album included special guests such as Greg Kihn, Cyril Jordan (Flamin Groovies), Jeff Trott (Sheryl Crow), Chuck Prophet, Dave Immergluck (Counting Crows) and key members of Chris Isaak’s band. 1993 brought the sophomore release by The Paul Collins Band, entitled From Town To Town. This album was released by Caroline Records and featured a country rock sound similar to The Byrds.
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